|High School:||The Winchendon School|
|Previous College:||Plymouth State Univ.|
|Major:||Sports & Recreation Management|
As a Sophomore in 2014-15: Played in 15 games for the Ravens...ECAC East All-Academic Team selection...Finished tied for third in the ECAC East in game-winning goals (3)...Finished tied for second on the team in game-winning goals...Tallied 6-7-13 with 27 shots on goal and finished +9...Picked up seven penalties for 14 minutes...Made her Franklin Pierce debut and dished out an assist against William Smith on 1/9...Had an assist against William Smith on 1/10 as well...Scored the game-winning goal in the second period against Saint Michael's on 1/16...Collected an assist against Nichols on 1/17...Capped a five-game point-scoring streak (1-4-5) with an assist at Saint Michael's on 1/24...Dished out an assist against Salve Regina on 1/31...Netted a goal at Norwich on 2/6...Scored the game-winning goal in the second period and added an assist against Plymouth State on 2/13...Scored twice, including the first-period game-winner, and had an assist for a three-point night at Massachusetts Boston on 2/20...Scored a goal in the first round of the ECAC Open Tournament against Saint Michael's on 2/28.
As a Freshman at Plymouth State in 2012-13: Played in 10 games for the Panthers...Tallied 2-0-2 with two shorthanded goals...Picked up nine penalties for 29 minutes...Made her collegiate debut in the season opener against Norwich on 11/9...Scored her first career goal, a shorthanded tally, 3:46 into the first period at Manhattanville on 11/30...Netted a goal, shorthanded again, at Nichols on 12/1.
Before College: Five-year letterwinner at The Winchendon (Mass.) School...Served as alternate captain as a senior...Played at the junior level for Assabet Valley East Coast Wizards...Also played two years of soccer, three years of softball and one year of lacrosse at The Winchendon School.
Personal: Daughter of Suzanne Tenney, Peter Raimo and Timothy Tenney...A sports & recreation management major...Has a brother, Mike.